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stevens, comes on the court case as an appointee of joe ford and is ended still alive. there are a lot of cases going back many years that are not open. but i was more interested in his personal papers, his letters to his children. his letters to his family. his diary entries and the books that he made notes about. all that is just fascinating. thousands upon thousands of files that are out there. >> that is great. several of the justices also had open their papers. one judge kept every note that william rehnquist wrote him. >> guest: the entirety of those notes with no restrictions at all. even though is papers are not supposed to be open, i think, but his papers are very helpful. i was very pleased. i have to thank them for those towel documents. that shows a side of william rehnquist as the papers of him that was very important to reveal. thinking of lewis powell, key and william rehnquist came in in january of 1972. please talk about the role that william rehnquist played in his own selection when it comes to washington. where we left off in our first segment, he becomes an assista
more critical and one that was critical not so much the xcom but adlai stevens was written by joel stewart. charles bartlett. >> host: saturday evening post. >> guest: what happened during the 13 day. charles bartlett was a close friend of kennedy and he actually i believe was responsible for introducing jack and jackie so this article came out in one of the items in there was that adlai stevenson had an soft and there was implication that he was willing to appease the soviets and adlai -- >> host: in munich. >> guest: exactly in munich. adlai stevenson was definitely one of the advisers but it was a fairly unfair accusation in the sense that he was not alone in recommending a lot of this so this article comes out which is obscuring adlai stevenson who until that moment had actually had a wonderful presentation in the united nations but the implication comes out then that kennedy has authorized that he is the source of the charles butler article. what you can do now in going back to the salinger thing is we can go back and look at who charlie bartlett talked to in the white house a
any justice participated is still alive. john paul stevens comes on the court as an appointee of gerald ford and is still alive. there are a lot of cases that are not open. the cases from the first few years were. i was more interested in the personal papers with, the letters to his children, the letters to his family. the diaries. the bocks had made notes about. it's fascinating and thousand upon thousands of files that are out there at the hoover institution. >> host: that's great. several of the justice had opened their papers. powell who kept note that william wrote to him. and blackman. >> guest: every note and the entirety of the notes is out there. blackman put no restrictions out. and powell's papers are washington university, his the cure rate of the papers they are technically not supposed to be open. the cure cure raters are helpful . >> of i was very pleased. i have to thank them for those powell documents because that show i william as did the papers of blackman and the papers of douglas showed a side of renner qis that was important. >> host: they both come on th
cases, when any justice who participated is still alive. and, of course, john paul stevens comes on the court as an appointee of gerald ford and is still alive. so there are a lot of cases going all the way back there that are not opened. but the cases from the first few years were. but i was more interested in his personal papers, his letters to his children, his letters to his family, his diaries, the books that he, that he made notes about and all that's just fascinating. and in thousands upon thousands of files that are out there at the hoover institution. >> host: that's great. and several of the justices with whom he served also had opened their papers. >> guest: yes, they had. >> host: powell, who kept every note that william rehnquist wrote to him. >> guest: and so did harry blackman. harry blackman kept every note and the entirety of those notes. blackman put absolutely no restrictions at all. and powell, even though powell's papers are at washington university, the curators of those papers, they're technically not supposed to be open, i think, but the curators of those
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